From Digital to Homomorphic Signature Schemes
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A signature is a cryptographic primitive providing integrity and authenticity. Integrity means that the message signed has not been modified. Authenticity refers to the possibility of identifying its origin. In this chapter, first digital signature schemes are described and their security properties are discussed. Afterwards, the differences between those signature schemes and their homomorphic counterparts are highlighted and corresponding definitions are provided.
KeywordsHomomorphic Signature Schemes Known-message Attack Adaptive Chosen-message Attacks Existential Forgery Public Key
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